Definition of Skinked

1. Verb. (past of skink) ¹



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Definition of Skinked

1. skink [v] - See also: skink

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skinked

skinflicks
skinflint
skinflints
skinfold
skinfold thickness
skinfolds
skinfood
skinfoods
skinful
skinfuls
skinhead
skinheadism
skinheads
skink
skinked (current term)
skinker
skinkers
skinking
skinks
skinless
skinlessness
skinlike
skinmags
skinnable
skinned
skinner
skinnerian conditioning
skinnerite

Literary usage of Skinked

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1. English and Scottish Ballads by Francis James Child (1866)
"They skinked the mead, and they skinked the wine: " O whare is Sir Oluf, bridegroom mine ? " " Sir Oluf has ridden but into the wood, To prieve gin his ..."

2. The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: From the Earliest to the Present Time by James Grant Wilson (1876)
"To prieve gin my horse and hounds are good. " Ear on the morn, when night was pane, The bride she cam' wi' the bridal train. They skinked the mead, ..."

3. The Poets and Poetry of Scotland: From the Earliest to the Present Time by James Grant Wilson (1876)
"To prieve gin my horse and hounds are good." Ear on the morn, when night was gane, The bride she eam' wi' the bridal train. They skinked the mead, ..."

4. Popular Ballads and Songs: From Tradition, Manuscripts and Scarce Editions by Robert Jamieson (1806)
"... whan night was gane, The bride she cam wi' the bridal train. They skinked the mead, and they skinked the wine : " O whare is sir Oluf, bridegroom mine ..."

5. Popular Ballads and Songs: From Tradition, Manuscripts and Scarce Editions by Robert Jamieson (1806)
"They skinked the mead, and they skinked the wine : " O whare is sir Oluf, bridegroom mine ?" " Sir Oluf has ridden but into the wood, To prieve gin his ..."

6. Popular Ballads and Songs: From Tradition, Manuscripts and Scarce Editions by Robert Jamieson, William Randolph Hearst, James Ballantyne and Co (1806)
"They skinked the mead, and they skinked the wine : " O whare is sir Oluf, bridegroom mine ?" " Sir Oluf has ridden but into the wood, To prieve gin his ..."

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